Riveron, a national business advisory firm, has announced the appointment of former Grant Thornton’s Sam Shaw as chief financial officer (CFO).
It revealed Shaw has over 15 years of experience driving finance transformation at large organisations, previously serving as CFO at Grant Thornton, where he was involved in capital strategy, internal investments, investor and banking relations, and risk management.
Shaw will oversee the company’s finance organisation and play a leading role in executing Riveron’s growth strategy.
According to Riveron, as an expert in the professional services industry Shaw brings experience in client service, internal operations, M&A, and other strategic initiatives.
Julie Howard, Riveron CEO, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Sam to Riveron and look forward to the impact he will undoubtedly make on the financial performance and optimisation of our organisation.
“His proven track record of driving strategic, financial, and operational results at scale will be enormously valuable as we look to further our reach and serve our clients in new and even more transformational ways.”
Shaw added: “Riveron’s impressive growth trajectory is a testament to the company’s dynamic vision and the talented team driving it forward. I look forward to working with Julie and the team to create value and uncover new opportunities for Riveron’s people, clients, and shareholders alike.”
Shaw succeeds Dana Donahoe, who served as CFO since Riveron’s founding in 2006 and played a key role in building the firm’s financial foundation.